Steeda Mustang Upper Control Arm/Differential Bushing Kit (2005-2014)

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$69.95
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$49.95
Replace your soft and weak factory upper link axle bushing in your S197 Mustang with Steeda's new bushing kit! Made from urethane it's designed for the axle end of your upper link.
Part Number: 555 4436
555-4436
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Replace your soft and weak factory upper link axle bushing in your S197 Mustang with Steeda's new bushing kit! Made from urethane it's designed for the axle end of your upper link. Experience less wheel hop, more consistent pinion angle and better launches with this kit!

Product Benefits
  • Exceeds OEM Fit and Quality
  • Lower 60 foot times at the Track!
  • Is a must for any performance car

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Fitment & Features

Manufacturer:

Manufacturer: Steeda Autosports
Made in USA: Yes

Installation Information:

Level of Difficulty: Tech Recommended
Install Time: About 2 Hours
Tools Required: Basic Shop Tools
Print Instructions: Installation Instructions

Vehicle Fitment:

Fits Model Year: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

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Steeda upper control arm bushing
This job was tougher than expected. Use a drill bit to start the process of removing the old bushing. Once removed use a torch to soften up the remaining material. I then used a wire wheel on my drill to clean up the upper mount. I used a long bolt with washers, socket, nut, and my impact to install the new bushing. It is VERY tight! Use the supplied grease to lube everything up. Good luck! I tried to upload pics but the site is not cooperating...
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from Leander TX on 2/17/2021
5
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Absolutely one of the hardest parts to install. I have done everything else on my suspension; lower arms, (front and back), springs, struts, sway bars and camber plates. Make sure to read the installation instructions and get the thread-all, washers, pipe sleeve and lubricant. Having a lift would have made this task a lot easier. If your stock bushing is firm and has no play and you don’t track the car, reconsider doing this installation. The new bushings bulge out when you start to press them in with the thread-all. A pipe clamp or zip ties around the bushing as it is pressed in and removed before it seats in helps. When the exterior pieces are inserted, they tend to come out quickly. Patience, trial and error are the key for this install.
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from Raleigh on 1/24/2021
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